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Published on Oct 28, 2016
McCrory and HB2 have cost the state hundreds of millions of dollars in economic activity as companies concerned with protecting their consumers and employees have moved conventions, trainings, operations, productions, and other major events out of the state. Just this week, the Charlotte Observer reported the state lost another $250 million when a real estate investment firm decided to take its investment -- and a potential 730 jobs -- elsewhere because of HB2. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has continued to put discrimination ahead of the state’s jobs and economy.